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Register Rock

Anthony adding "Mr. Noodle" to the River Registry.

The Labyrinth Canyon River Registry is a collection of old and new signatures and drawings carved into a cliff above the Green River.

Trip Report: July 4, 2013

Register Rock, also called the River Registry, is a collection of historic and modern carvings on a large cliff and some nearby boulders. Register Rock is located on the banks of the Green River in Labyrinth Canyon. Many of the signatures and carvings are at least 70 years old.

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Labyrinth Canyon
Labyrinth Canyon
This photo was taken on June 21, 1938 by Norman D. Nevills. It shows Nevills' painted inscription next to the earlier carvings. More info here.
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This photo was taken on July 4, 2013. Notice the hundreds of additional signatures that have been added in the last 75 years.
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This photo was taken on July 12, 1940. It shows Norman D. Nevills adding his name to the river register. More info here.
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This photo was taken on July 4, 2013 (almost 73 years later). Notice that someone has traced Nevills' signature.
Labyrinth Canyon
Labyrinth Canyon
Labyrinth Canyon

Anthony added his signature "Mr. Noodle".

Labyrinth Canyon
Labyrinth Canyon

Trip Report: June 11, 2014